History -- United States of America
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collections contains workshop notes, prints of ballots, and periodicals documenting President Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 election campaigns and inaugurations.
This collection explores the history of the prohibition movement in the United States. There are several sermons that present rural Protestant views on the consumption of alcohol. The collection also contains prohibition broadsides dealing with elections in Falls and Milam Counties in 1907.
The Congressional Memorial Address Collection contains bound programs and transcripts of memorial services given to the United States Senate and House of Representatives in honor of deceased political figures.
This single item collection contains a manuscript written by Daniel Warren Reep during his time attending Waukesha County Technical College in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. This manuscript details Reep’s experience coming of age and serving as a Marine during World War II. This manuscript was donated by Glenn Payne.
This collection contains a manuscript left behind by Major General George W. Morgan detailing his military service.
This collection contains materials donated by Cathy Holm. Materials include newspapers and periodicals covering the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, as well as local newspapers from the 1990s.
The John Hicks Collection is comprised of early imprint newspapers published in England, a WWII era American newspaper, and a mathematics journal.
The News of the Nation Newspaper Collection (circa 1945, one box) consists of 30 individual newspapers that were originally printed as a series to describe major historical events in United States history. The collection was donated by Aaron Wise.